by Maria Spiliopoulou
ATHENS, March 20 (Xinhua) -- Greek police has found and seized eight more suspicious parcels believed to contain explosives, Greek national news agency AMNA and national broadcaster ERT reported on Monday.
The newly netted parcels were like the two packages sent to the German Finance Ministry and the Paris office of the International Monetary Fund last week.
According to police sources, the eight packages were confiscated at the Greek post office's assorting center in Kryoneri, near Athens. As senders were cited Greek officials and university professors, recipients were officials in European countries.
Counter-terrorism experts are investigating the case.
Dispatchers of last week's booby-trapped parcels were cited two former ministers of the main opposition party.
The Greek guerilla group "Conspiracy of the Cells of Fire" claimed responsibility on Thursday for the letter sent to the German ministry, warning with more attacks.
No group has claimed responsibility for the parcel bomb which went off in Paris, causing the injury of an employee. Enditem